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-front about their proposals to charge students more in order to pay down the deficit. we think it is outrageous -- in a time where somehow it is not acceptable to tax billionaires to deal with the deficit but we're supposed to tax struggling students who are trying to make ends might who are just trying to get a college degree so they can be productive members of society. >> bill: even at 3.4 or 6.8%, isn't that what we're doing? in effect? we're taxing students to help pay down the debt or elsewhere does that money go? >> well, there are proposals that would peg the rate to the market with a small markup to be able to pay the cost of the program. costs for administering the program. there's costs to cover defaults on the loans. so it is possible to peg the rate to the market in a way that is not really making money off of students. and we think that's what this program should be about. it should be how can we get the maximum number of students, the support they need to go to college in a way that's fair to them covers the cost of the program but isn't seeking to garner more mo
'm worried about and you are and everyone would be, one, we can't run a deficit of 500 billion every year and we can't create a trillion every year to buy our own securities. we know something about the markets being overheated and more accommodation than normal. we need to believe that the economy is growing fast enough that we can slow down on that stuff. >> what about international? for a long time, the best place to put money for morgan was japan. what about the outflows of emerging markets? do i just want to stay domestic, stay? the u.s., or should i be looking at japan? >> i ultimately think you want more international exposure. it's sort of like don't fight the fed. it's interesting. we did a survey at a conference a few weeks ago. we asked them, do you think owning u.s. stocks with e.m. exposure will be positive or negative within the next few months? all of the responders said negative. we always try to be contrarian when we see what is going on. i think it's a trough and whether china's gdp is 4, 5, 6, isn't that better than europe anyway? >> sure is. >> if i have a u.s. gap, in
that they wanted done in there. it raises -- doesn't the cbo say it reduces the deficit. it creates jobs, right? >> how could they be opposed to a disaster aid for the state of new jersey and new york? that made no sense. why would you back gun -- the gun -- the background check bill which 90% of americans supported. >> no logic as to why the house republicans stand in the way and obstruct and have adopted this radical behavior. it is too late for republicans to now to try to reason with house republicans saying look, this is a conservative bill. it's got what you want. odds are you know, the crazies in the house went to the republican party to which fox news has cheered because it's been -- you know, thwarting obama at every turn. now they're going to try to reason with house republicans with the tea party members. good luck to everybody. these people are committed to doing nothing at this point. >> stephanie: not to be politically incorrect but we were laughing a little little bit on "meet the press," raoul labrador. retriever, i can't remember his name. republican. an accent talking about ho
deficit and a housing market boom and bust. >> the obama administration says it will spend billions to keep struggling homeowners in their homes. >> moyers: american families had been hit by the greatest economic downturn since the great depression. >> we're raised to believe that each generation can and will do better than the last. but is that really true? >> moyers: we wanted to know what had happened to the two american families we knew. we found jackie stanley outside her church. how are you? >> the graduate! >> moyers: along with a grown-up keith, now 35. >> i never would have made it to college, never would have made it to college, without mom. >> moyers: but jackie quickly confided that when we called her to see about filming again, she almost said no. i was telling kathy i thought i was a failure. i really thought i was a failure because i didn't do it. we went backwards. >> moyers: she said that after suffering some health problems, she had quit doing real estate altogether, that her dream of having her own office had come to nothing, that she hadn't done enough to make it
. the president has proposed a strategy that would solve our long-term deficit problems but continue investing in the creation of middle class jobs, continue investing in skills training so they can succeed in the jobs and also to help communities to create a skills infrastructure so they can bring jobs overseas here. i've visited charlotte north carolina where they've done that with seamens local community college has done a terrific job to create a training program to attract jobs to the united states but this log jam that we have in washington right now and the sequester that we have in place this across the board budget cuts killing middle class jobs programs across the government just makes no sense. it is slowing down the economy. it cut economic growth in the first quarter in half. it is really hurting us. so if we can turn around the sequester and continue investing in middle class jobs, we can bring the jobs numbers up substantially. >> bill: wheel we're creating new jobs, we're losing jobs in the public sector. >> that's right. we lost another 7,000 jobs in government this month. thi
this achieves every conservative goal. you raise more tax money reduce the deficit it creates jobs, right? >> then they were talking about how obamacare was doomed to failure because it was an organized mess but without pointing out the reason why it was because idiots that they have to cut deals with. when you call something a the ruk gold brick device do the work. they accomplish the task that you want it to. anybody using that until is using it historically and scientifically incorrect. >> so goldberg was not a reuben at all. >> no, not at all. it took an hour and a half to light your cigar but they work. >> stephanie: you make that point, that's the problem you need all these parts to make affordable care work, but they're going to do their best to make sure that it doesn't. like you say whether it's republican governors or them having a relentless p.r. campaign to keep spreading misinformation. >> there will be problems, people will complain to their local newspapers, and you'll get five or six anecdotes from around the country that will start the trend and that's where we'll be. >>
the economy 3.3% reduce the federal deficit by almost 850 billion over 20 years. he said he was open to do anything in congress he thought would be helpful. here is what they think would be helpful, and that's obstructing everything that he wants to do. [ bell chimes ] [ applause ] >> stephanie: most republicans believe they can defeat a democratic challenger in the reelection, but they don't know if they are face a democratic challenge if they vote for the immigration bill. this is what it has come to. james linkford said passing legislation is not that important. this is a problem that has festered for decades. >> sure. >> like leaking radiation in the pacific ocean. it's fine. >> has it become a pus-filled boil yet? no. >> stephanie: ewe. >> what? [ laughter ] >> stephanie: we'll be right back on the "stephanie miller show." >> announcer: for a good time call now, 1-800-steph-1-2. (cenk) it's go time! it's go time! it's go time! go time. you know what time it is. go time! it's go time. what time is it rob? here comes the young turks go time! it's go time. oh is it? oh,
. then there's going to be a deficit. the chicks come home to roost after the mid term election. mine is going to be coming in and out and no one will be upset until after the mid terms. >>steve: the government says there will be better verification someday. but right now because they've got to get things going, no verification. be truthful, america. >>brian: 24 minutes before the top of the hour. quick look at the world of sports. patriots fans are done with aaron hernandez. more than 1,200 showed up at the patriots pro shop to trade in their hernandez. shop said they can turn in their jerseys. the team took all hernandez memorabilia off the sh*els. nasp car stars turned in their racing stripes for a hard hat. darrell waltrip was among the driver who raised the massive race. trevor bane won the chance to break ground at the speedway's redevelopment project. congratulations. >>> she may be a wimbledon champion but that doesn't mean she's getting much respect. >> i wonder if her dad did say to her when she was 12, 13, 14 maybe, listen, you're never going to be a looker. >>brian: a bbc radio ann
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